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prostaglandin PGD2 inhibitors
Following recent discovery by Dr. Cotsarelis and other scientists about the potential of Prostaglandin D2 inhibitors as an effective treatment for hair loss, PGD2 inhibitors has become the most discussed topic on HairSite's hair loss research forum lately.
For those who do not wish to get too technical about PGD2 inhibitors and what it does, below is a quick summary of why many think that PGD2 is the most anticipated treatment for hair loss since finasteride (brand name) Propecia and minoxidil (brand name Rogaine).
Courtesy of poster IPOD in our community:
1) Prostaglandin D2 (short
PGD2) is an inflammatory agent that are found in our cells. It is
converted from PGH2 by an enzyme called Prostaglandin D synthase or
short for PTGDS or PGDS.
6) As of March 2012, no human trials have been scheduled.
For the latest updates and discussions about PGD2 inhibitor and hair loss, please go to the following links
collaboration: PGD2 blockers as a hair loss treatment.
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